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- Aug 24, 2011
This...this is very embarassing
Yale coach's kid, was supposed to be here this year, now he's flipped to Yale.
Unlike some other Slavic languages, e.g., Polish in which each of its’ alphabet’s letters is very consistently pronounced, Russkies less consistent. Converting Cyrillic characters to Latin letters also adds some color. Vowels are elongated when spoken, and a Russkie word converted into English can have different meanings depending on accent or point of emphasis in the word. Anyway, here’s Kuznetsov:I believe the proper pronunciation is Kooz-NYET-soff. But others may know better than me.
I didn't realize we put the commits in this thread. My bad. I knew there was no way I was breaking news, no way!